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The JeA*rish South.
DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF JUDAISM. VoZl. RICHMOND, VA., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1893. No. 2. RICHMOND REMARKS. Mrs. Fanny Sycle Hirsch died at her home in Chicago, Wednesday night last. The deceased was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Sycle of this city. Mrs. Hirsch leaves a husband and (two children. Her sister Mrs. Isaac Cohen, and Mr. Meyer Sycle her brother, will attend the funeral. The interment , will be in Chicago. Mrs. Hirsch was an affectionate daughter and sister, a loving wife and dutiful mother. Her death has brought griet to a wide circle of acquaintances. The funeral of Mr. P. Levy, father of Mr. Ellis P. Levy took place last | Sunday. The interment was at Oakwood. Mr. and Mrs. L. Z. Morris are at the World's Fair. Mrs. R. Weisel has returned from a pleasant visit to Atlantic City. Mr. Louis Nachman and wife re turned from Chicago, Wednesday morning. Miss Rubin* daughter of the Rev. Mr. Rubin, of Wilkes-Barre, Pa., is visiting her sister, Mrs. I. Loven stein. V~~" Mrs. J. Levvit has returned from a nine weeks' sojourn at the Hotel Albemarle, Charlottesville. She is much improved in health. Saturday morning the services at the Synagogue Beth Ahaba. will begin "at 10 :30 o'clock. The choir will take part for the first time since June. Dr. Calisch will officiate Friday evening and Saturday. The Jewish South returns its manner in which it has been received as evidenced by the advertisements in this issue, as well as by the many subscriptions already upon its The chart on silver and silver coinage received from John L. Wil liams & Sons, Bankers, is a com plete resume of the history of silver in this country. The facts presented clearly show that the decline in the value of silver is due, not to inimi cal legislation, but to the great in crease of production; the increase in the output of gold in 1891 over 18G0 is five per cent, whilst for sil- CURRENT NEWS. ' A Jewish Endeavor Society was recently organized in Chicago. Baron Hirsh will not visit the United Stated as reported some time since. The establishment of a Jewish department of the Chautauqua is now under way in Philadelphia under the management of Rabbi Berkowitz of the Rodef Shalom congregation of that city. The Society for the aid of Jewish prisoners has been incorporated in New York, headed by some of the j most prominent citizens of that State. Its object is to provide spiritual and other instruction dur ing incarceration, and to aid them when released. VERY APPROPRIATE. Religious indifference has not been visibly affected by the financial stringency. In Solomon's time evidently monometallism was the prevailing fad, for "silver was accounted as naught." See King's I. One of the most fervent prayers on New Year next, and specially emphasized, will be for a resumption of credit and confidence. —Jewish Voice. EMIGRANTS TEETH. The more recently arrived East side Hebrews, nearly all of whom IB doctored at free dispensaries, ffer much from diseases of the ith. The physicians explain it on the theory that these immi anls are now eating, probably l* the first time in their lives, cad made frc m bolted flour, and c deprived of the coarse food that pt their teeth in order when they -ed in Europe. The sanitary laws Moses still save them from many rious bodily ills.—AT. Y. Sun. If you would increase your hap vour neighbor's faults. Forget the slander you have heard. Forget of personal quarrels that you have heard by accident, and which if re peated would seem a thousand times far as possible all the disagreeables of life—they will come, but they will grow larger when you remember them, and the constant thought of the acts of meanness, or worse still, malice, will only tend to made you more familiar with them. Obliter ate everything disagreeable from yesterday; start out with a clean sheet for" to-day, and write upon it for sweet memory's sake only those things that are lovely and lovable. — Lutheran Observer; EVERYBODY IN RICHMOND Who can, is going to the World's Fair. Of course they are, and what is more, all of them who desire to make a quick, comfortable trip are going by the Chesapeake & Ohio route. There are several through trains daily over this line, but the "best is the one leaving Richmond at 2 P. M. This arrives at Chicago the next afternoon at 5 o'clock, the passengers thus being but only one night. Among the advantages of this route, in addition to fast time, are through Sleeping and Dining Cars, with use of Parlor Car. The Division Passenger Agent, Mr. John D. Potts, 809 east Main, will cheerfully give any information ARTIST AND PHOTOGRAPHER, IIS If. Ninth St., Richmond, V*. GEO. A. HUNBbEY, U Fine Groceries • 528 E. BROAD STREET,